Plant2Plate is part of our flagship Green Ambassadors scheme. It focuses on food: specifically, what we can do to produce and consume it in a sustainable way.
Growing food at school is a great activity for pupils of all ages. To support schools on their Plant2Plate journey, we've developed some fantastic curriculum-linked resources and activities for key stage 1 and 2, including a practical Growing Guide and a series of reading books that spread the message of sustainable and healthy eating.
Green Ambassadors is our flagship schools programme in the UK, with over 6,000 participating schools and 120,000 pupils taking part.
Our friendly Green Ambassador characters, an awards scheme, and a suite of engaging activities and resources highlight topical environmental issues and support your pupils to carry out green projects in your school.
It's great to have these resources to support our wider Eco Schools work and our Journey to achieving our Green Flag.
One Planet Future
Our One Planet Future resource for primary schools is a great introduction to the history of WWF and our work to safeguard the natural world, tackle climate change and help build a sustainable future.
This hugely popular resource offers a range of assembly and activity ideas for students of 4-11. Together with an inspirational film for children, made by children, the pack adds up to a virtual visit by WWF!
Wishes for our World
Wishes for our World is a fabulous curriculum-linked teaching resource from The Climate Coalition based on a unique, beautiful and moving letter from a grandfather to his grandchild, written by award-winning author Michael Morpurgo. Created for KS2 English classes (ages 9-11), Wishes for our World will allow pupils to explore the issue of climate change in a thought-provoking and inspiring new way.
WWF's teacher and pupil resources are fabulous! They keep me up to date and give me lots of inspiration to tackle new projects. THANK YOU!
Buildings and Grounds
The school grounds are a great place for pupils to explore nature and build their understanding of environmental issues.
Inspired by our home, the Living Planet Centre in Woking, this resource encourages pupils to look at ways of making their own school buildings and grounds more sustainable. Our FREE activity pack contains an assembly outline and curriculum based activities for use with 7-11 year olds.